Scaling out climate-smart agriculture in southern Africa

Adoption rates for climate-smart agricultural practices remain low in many of the countries which stand to benefit the most. These include Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe, where the adoption of complete conservation agriculture systems is currently at 2.5%.

A new series of infographics describes some of the farming constraints will have to be addressed in order to scale these practices successfully in southern Africa, taking into account both benefits and challenges for farmers.